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PGA TOUR Victories (22)
PGA TOUR Champions Victories (14)
International Victories (20)
Additional Victories (14)
PGA TOUR (5-9)
PGA TOUR CHAMPIONS (3-1)
Did not play in an event during the year.
Did not compete in any official events.
For the first time since 1962, did not play in an officially sanctioned TOUR event.
Played three Champions Tour events.
Made nine official appearances during the year. Along with Dave Stockton and Olin Browne, was named an assistant captain for the 2008 U.S. Ryder Cup team by Captain Paul Azinger in August.
Once again played an abbreviated Champions Tour schedule, yet managed three top-10s in nine official starts, the most he had in a single year since 2001. Made his 42nd Masters appearance but failed to make the cut.
Limited his schedule on the Champions Tour to just 12 events. Missed the cut in two PGA TOUR starts.
Finished 70th on the Champions Tour money list, with seven top-25s.
Did not make a PGA TOUR cut for second consecutive year. Made 14 Champions Tour starts and finished No. 34 on the money list, his worst showing since turning 50.
Selected July's Player of the Month. Voted by his peers as the Comeback Player of the Year.
Made 19 official Champions Tour starts, his fewest on that Tour since 1993. Made his final PGA TOUR cuts. Carded a score of par or better in every final round from the Nationwide Championship through the Pacific Bell Senior Classic.
Made 21 Champions Tour appearances for a 19th-place finish on the final money list. In two PGA TOUR starts, made one cut.
Played in three PGA TOUR events. Failed to win an official event for the first time since joining the Champions Tour, in 1992. Had three third-place finishes, with two coming in consecutive starts early in the year.
Made a run at victory in four other tournaments and finished third in all four. Claimed just one tournament title, his fewest since turning 50. Earned more than $1 million for the third year in a row.
Was out of the top 10 twice in 21 events. Finished second to Jim Colbert on final money list. Top PGA TOUR finishes were a pair of T17s. Earned second Byron Nelson Award for lowest scoring average (69.47).
Earned over $1 million for first time in pro career and won four times. Earned the Byron Nelson Trophy for lowest scoring average (69.08) and joined Don January and Lee Trevino as the only players at the time to win both a Byron Nelson Trophy and the Vardon Trophy (PGA TOUR-1983).
Added one PGA TOUR top-10 in four starts.
Won three times in just seven starts. Made history when he became the first player to win on both Tours (since matched by Craig Stadler and Fred Funk) in the same year.
Played in 17 events, making the cut in 15. Was still a force, contending three times. Added a pair of T8s in back-to-back starts.
Appeared in 17 events.
Reached the pinnacle of his profession when the World Golf Hall of Fame inducted him, along with the late Jim Barnes, Roberto De Vicenzo and the LPGA's Nancy Lopez.
Did not post another top-10 after the Shearson Lehman Brothers Andy Williams Open, although he did have five top-15 finishes.
Won twice in the season.
Had one victory, two runner-up showings and nine top-10s in a season that saw him finish fifth on the money list.
Despite not winning a tournament, his eight top-10 finishes and 22 made cuts in 22 starts led to his earning the Vardon Trophy. Began his season quickly, with top-10s in four of his first six starts.
Won three times, including a major championship and back-to-back tournaments to finish second on the money list.
Won four times overall, including three times on the PGA TOUR. Had a pair of runner-up finishes to go with his three TOUR victories.
After the World Series of Golf, Had seven other top-10s.
Had three strong chances to end his streak of winless years but had second-place disappointments in all three.
Went winless again but just missed adding two titles to his victory ledger.
Had a disappointing season, with only three top-10s. After finishing sixth on the money list the previous year, tumbled to a 45th-place position.
Finished sixth on the final money list, surpassing the $100,000 mark in season earnings for the first time ($104,814).
Recorded three top-10s.
Had a solid season even though he went winless. He finished in the top-25 in more than half of his made cuts (11 of 21) and recorded two third-place finishes.